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Winchester Model 1887
Up for grabs is a Winchester Model 1987 lever-action shotgun in 10ga. Serial number – 64076. Manufactured in 1898, this shotgun is in excellent condition especially considering its age. It still has most of the bluing, but there are some rust spots, particularly on the bottom of the action/receiver. This shotgun is was manufactured in 1898 so it is classified as an antique and can be shipped direct. We also have a letter of manufacture from the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum in Cody, and will be included with the purchase.
Another highly innovative John M. Browning design, the Model 1887 shotgun is one of the most unusual actions ever made by Winchester. Production began in May of 1887 and it ended in March of 1899, with a total production of just 64,855 guns. The Model 1887 was replaced in June of 1901 by the modernized Model 1901. The Model 1887 shotgun is a lever-action rolling block design, chambered in 12-gauge 2 ⅝” and 10-ga 2 ⅞” black powder shells only. All Model 1887 shotguns have an elegant “WRA Co.” monogram engraved on the left side of the receiver frame, and were case color hardened. The barrel is 32 inches long and the bore is in awesome condition with no visible pitting or rust. This is a true collector’s piece that any collector should be excited to own!
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